24. dubna 2012 22:41
We are using a third party collaboration software to store our organization wiki. They have provided the feature of creating pages where our users are accessing them for storing the contents. Recently we upgraded to Microsoft Internet explorer to version and 9 and found that some of the features are broken. We checked with the third party regarding this issue and they said it is a browser issue and asked us to check with microsoft team as this feature is found working on other browsers. The actual issue we are facing here is that we are unable to access the file links from the browser.
For example i am pasting some code taken from the view source of our application from the browser ::
<a href="file://potsticker/ActiveExchange/qa/Srinivas" class="external-link" rel="nofollow">pmo </a>
<a href="file://///potsticker/ActiveExchange/qa/Srinivas" class="external-link" rel="nofollow">pmo </a>
Our webpages are consisting of elements like this. When user clicks on the link (pmo), there is absolutely no action on the pages.
Could you please let me know what needs to be configured on the browser in order to make this links to function?
Thanks in Advance,
26. dubna 2012 8:46
I think your issue should be raised in the Internet Explorer Web Development forum. I believe they will know more information of this issue than us, and I will move this one to that forum.
Thanks for your understanding,
Jesse Jiang [MSFT]
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27. dubna 2012 2:50
use the http:// protocol instead.
27. dubna 2012 3:11Visit http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en/ieitprocurrentver/threads. This does not look like a web programming question as you are asking to use the HTML as is.
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